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his own money for an nfl stadium in las vegas. so what does this mean you, the taxpayer? good morning las vegas! i'm beth fisher. and i'm todd quinones. the time now is ... let's get started with 13 first alert meteorologist greg bennett... dry air is starting to break down at the same time high same as yesterday. 102 to 107 degrees will be common valley wide with out of the south between 5 and 15 mph possibly up to 20 mph during the end of the day. tomorrow morning and afternoon. however, mid and upper level maps indicate a relatively stable environment. this dries out the front slightly allowing rain chances for the valley and mountains to drop to between 15% and 20%. as a precaution, packing a as this occurs, temperatures begin to fall. tomorrow highs will range between 100 and 105 degrees. friday, 97 to 102 degrees, saturday, 95 to 100 degrees, sunday, 94 to 99 degrees and sunny to mostly sunny conditions. it does come with a catch though! starting tomorrow,
highlands neighborhood will be dealing with more of this today. dozens of people say these are damaging their homes. just days after they filed a lawsuit, those blasts continue. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston joins from southern highlands with the latest. you can see all the construction equipment behind me-- but later today-- more blasts will be coming from this site. homeowners got notice saying more blasting will be done between ten and noon today--
it will cause even more damage to their home. one neighbor-- who is part of the lawsuit-- says-- she moved here from california-- where she experienced earthquakes-- including the 6 point 7 earthquakes-- including the 6 point 7 magnitude earthquake in northridge in the 90s-- and she says these blasts-- feel just as scary. alyce phillips 06:12:48:27 i thought it was an earthquake, i was about to get under my desk, andth shortly and i kind of knew from being in the northridge earthquake that they last longer 06:12:57:00 neighbors say they have called the construction company-- who tell them their blasts are within county standards. mk-- 1n. developing this morning.. neighbors in centennial hills are beefing up their security after car break-ins and a theft were all caught on camera. this surveillance video catches the thieves, not only breaking
window, you see how the thieves make off with a truck. that toyota tacoma was stolen right out of the david rapp's driveway. sot :somebody borrowed a truck from the neighborhood and that truck was mine. this string of break-ins has sparked a frenzy among neighbors. many have gone door-to-door collecting surveillance video. only a few neighbors currently have cameras. but many we talked to say they are planning to buy some or upgrade their system. the a-t-f is offering a 5- information on a burglary at a north las vegas gun store. someone stole 27 guns from the "new frontier armory" on centennial and 5th nearly 2 weeks ago. the thieves got into the store by cutting a hole in the wall of a neighboring business. this morning, a man is in jail, accused of burying his one-time friend in his backyard. mohave sheriff's detectives acted on a tip... and say they dug up a body part in richard pulaski's backyard on monday. people were pretty weirded out..scared.. we all knew him and it was
somebody... detectives say pulaski admitted to killing 65-year-old john holland back in july, following an arugment... but didn't disclose the location of the body. right now, pulaski is being housed at the kingman jail awaiting trial on first degree murder. big developments on the proposed nfl stadium in las vegas. sheldon adelson says he's going to use his own money, instead of las vegas sands money, for the stadium. developers are still not backing off the request for come from a room tax increase. the raiders have committed 5-hundred- million to the nearly 2-billion dollar project. but adelson says he will use his family's money to cover the other 6- hundred-50 million dollars and any unforseen expenses. andy abboud, sands senior vice president, is pushing to get the deal on the governor's desk in the coming weeks. 02.06.00 "all of the risk, all
responsibility of the adelson family to guarantee there is no sort of risk to the tax payers." the deal requires approval from governor brian sandoval and state legislators which means a special session would need to be called. abboud says they need a decision before the election, so they can present the proposal to the nfl. he's confident they have enough support to get it approved. breaking right now... 16 people have been taken to the hospital after a united emergency landing after turbulence. 14 passengers and two crew members are hospitalized right now. the flight was traveling from houston texas to london. the airline says the emergency landing followed "severe and unexpected turbulence." the plane landed at shannon airport in ireland. time now is x:xx --- coming up..our state could be due for for a major earthquake.. but first, donald trump has a big day ahead. the gop nominee is heading to mexico to visit with their country's president.
the risk is high... they say they can't predict when the earthquake will happen. president obama will be in nevada today. he's the keynote speaker at the "lake tahoe summit." environmental experts and government leaders from across california, nevada and the country gather each year at the lake. their top goal is discussing the different ways to restore and sustainin the beauty that is lake tahoe. this event is hosted each year by senator harry reid. this will be president obama's first time at the lake. house... donald trump announced that he will visit mexico today. the gop nominee accepted an invitation from the country's president to meet privately. the mexican president has been critical of trump, even comparing him to hitler. today's meeting is happening hours before trump delivers a big speech in arizona on immigration. ( donald trump / (r) presidential nominee ) "we are going to secure our border and stop the drugs from pouring in
washington state last night. hillary clinton's campaign responded saying in part "what ultimately matters is what trump says to voters in arizona, not mexico." meanwhile, clinton is dealing with more email fallout. the state department says about 30 emails related to the benghazi attacks were recovered during the fbi's investigation into her private server. right now.. people in hawaii are prepping for the worst-case scenario. two major hurricanes are inching closer to the islands. a category 2 storm is expected to make impact today. we'll tell you what leaders are doing to prepare. greg adlibs pollen count right now, people in hawaii are closely watching 2 hurricanes
madeline, which is currently at category two. forecasters expect madeline's centers to pass dangerously close to the big island today. a hurricane watch is in effect for hawaii's main island. officials are preparing for heavy rain, mudslides and flash floods. right behind madeline, is hurricane lester, a category 3 storm. it's center isn't expected to make landfall, but islanders could still feel some effects from the storm. the state's governor is residents to protect their families and property. dry air is starting to break down at the same time high pressure moves on to the east; centering around new mexico. this means moisture from the south will be pumped in but very lightly. mostly sunny skies will be common today with high temperatures just around the same as yesterday. 102 to 107 degrees will be common valley wide with winds out of the south between 5 and 15 mph possibly up to 20 mph during the end of the day. the front making its way from the pacific northwest in on
nevada by late tonight into tomorrow morning and afternoon. however, mid and upper level maps indicate a relatively stable environment. this dries out the front slightly allowing rain chances for the valley and mountains to drop to between 15% and 20%. as a precaution, packing a small umbrella for the kids and/or leaving one in the car or offie as this occurs, temperatures begin to fall. tomorrow highs will range between 100 and 105 degrees. friday, 97 to 102 degrees, saturday, 95 to 100 degrees, sunday, 94 to 99 degrees and the coolest days in the forecast will be monday and tuesday ranging between 93 and 97 degrees! all of which have sunny to mostly sunny
avenue this morning, you'll notice several large stickers posted. they have been put up to remind people not to jaywalk and cross the street safely. it's part of a larger effort to curb pedestrain deaths statewide, but especially in clark county. 34 pedestrians have been killed so far this year. turning now to new york...and an intense rescue on the hudson river. a number of kayakers..needing help after they were hit by a
nearby hospitals, most with minor injuries. but one person remains in serious condition this morning. jasmine hairston/witness there were a lot of helicopters and search boats. and they got the guy really fast but he couldn't move or feel anything. it's still not clear what led to this accident, but officials continue investigating. the coast guard administered alcohol testing to the captian of the ferry. he came back clean. i am one of the best entertainers out here." singer chris brown is out of jail this morning. police arrested him yesterday evening at his los angeles home. the r-and-b star posted several videos to instagram as officers stood outside his home, demanding he come out. authorities eventually booked him for assault with a deadly weapon. officers were called to brown's house yesterday morning after a woman says he held a gun to her
the singer is no stranger to trouble. he just completed his probation period in the rihanna assault case last year. today is a historic day for both the united states and cuba. a jet blue flight is set to take off as the first scheduled commercial flight to cuba in more than half a century. 150 people will be on board the hour long flight. most people on the plane will be media and executives but there travelers on board too! the u-s secretary of transportation announced on twitter he'll be on board too! both pilots are cuban. the fligeoff in just over an hour. time now is x:xx --- ride-sharing company uber, could be facing more competition. we'll tell you which tech-giant
and later..a major blow for isis. the terror group says one of its key leaders has been killed. hear why u-s officials think the group's influence could be weakening. google is moving in on uber's turf in san francisco. so, could a big tech battle be brewing? brewing? but congressman joe heck became part of
the problem. wall street invested over a half-million dollars in congressman heck's campaigns, and heck supports their agenda -- privatizing social security, handing wall street billions in fees, but risking our retirement in the stock market, cutting benefits, putting wall street ahead of us. congressman heck -- what's wrong with washington.
why i've been endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. i'm proud of my record cracking down on meth, protecting seniors from scams, and holding banks accountable for defrauding homeowners. i'm catherine cortez masto. i approve this message because i've spent my career solving problems. isn't that what we need more of in washington? macedo have the details in today's tech bytes. < ((diane/2shot)) in today's
((kendis/vo)) it has started a ride-sharing service in san francisco available through its "waze" app. it links passengers with drivers heading in the same direction. diane no word if it could expand outside the bay area. the two companies are also racing to develop driverless cars. ((kendis/2sh)) the i-phone 7 comes out next month with one big change: no headphone jack. so what to do with your plug-in headphones? diane/vo use this gadget - the i-trip clip bluetooth audio adaptor. it lets you connect a conventional set of headphones headphone jack. price: about 20 bucks. ((kendis/wipevo)) and it's a dream come true for couch potatoes: a new papa john's app lets you order pizzas directly from apple t-v. ((diane)) domino's and samsung already have a similar system. but papa john's is offering a 25 percent discount. ((kendis/2sh)) those are your tech bytes. ((diane/2sh)) have a great day. > dry air is starting to break down at the same time high pressure moves on to the east; mostly sunny skies will be common today with high temperatures just around the
common valley wide with winds out of the south between 5 and 15 mph possibly up to 20 mph during the end of the day. the front making its way from the pacific northwest in on track to interact with southern nevada by late tonight into tomorrow morning and afternoon. however, mid and upper level maps indicate a relatively stable environment. this dries out the front small umbrella for the kids saturday, 95 to 100 degrees, rather gusty with sustained time now is x:xx --- a a valley man isn't happy with ccsd this morning. he says his job offer was pulled. plus-- nat door opening you're on my property, i'm not
i pledge allegiance, to the flag [continues in background] they're bringing drugs, they're brigning crime, they're rapists... you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes... blood coming out of her...wherever [pledge continues in background] you gotta see this guy; "oh, i don't know what i
said. ah, i don't remember." i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters... get him the hell out of here... get him out of here!
town. we'll have an update in a live report. plus, neighbors in mountain's edge are concerned. they say squatters are living inside a home and have a toddler with them. our crews confronted them. we'll show you what happened. good morning las vegas! i'm and i'm todd quinones. the time now is ... let's get started with 13 first alert meteorologist greg bennett... ((ad-lib)) dry air is starting to break down at the same time high pressure moves on to the east; mostly sunny skies will be common today with high temperatures just around the same as yesterday. 102 to 107 degrees will be the front making its way from however, mid and upper level maps indicate a relatively stable environment. this dries out the front slightly allowing rain chances for the valley and mountains to
friday, 97 to 102 degrees, saturday, 95 to 100 degrees, 97 degrees! all of which have winds pick up. 10-20 mph with gusts between 25 and 35 mph will be common. friday and saturday will be the afternoon and evening. right now, police are on the hunt for 2 whipping and shooting on the eastside of town. it's landed a victim in the hospital this morning. parker collins is live from boulder highway and sahara with
parker adlibs parker adlibs 0:00-0:03 nats of blasting. dozens of people living inside a southern highlands neighborhood say the one you see here are damaging their homes. they filed a lawsuit just days ago..but the blasting will continue this morning. 13 action news reporter marissa kynaston is live in southern highlands with the latest.
me-- but later today-- more blasts will be coming from this site. homeowners got notice saying more blasting will be done between ten and noon today-- and theyre concerned-- it will cause even more damage to their home. people living near the construction site say they now siding-- their cement sidewalks-- and even their granite countertops. the lawsuit has been filed-- and the lawyers say its a potential class action-- and they say the number of homes damaged-- continues to grow. 06:43:24:00 we have 50-100 homes that have been injured, they're all reporting the same injuries, within the last 3-4 weeks since the blasts have been going on 06:43:32:12 neighbors say they have called the construction company-- who tell them their blasts are
a man claiming to be british royalty remains in a las vegas jail cell this morning. 53-year-old alexander mantagu- manchester tells police he's the 13th duke of manchester. he's in custody in connection with 3 seperate cases. one of them includes a burglary charge for an alleged home break- in back in july. in all, mantagu's charges could land him in prison for up to 14 47 im ashamed of where i am and what's going on 50 very much ashamed 51 but im proud of who i am 52 he says his public defender told him not to give us the specifics of the case. he does claim he's innocent on all counts. neighbors living in a mountain's edge neighborhood are very concerned. they say squatters taken over a home and have a toddler living inside. the home is currently in foreclosure, and according to the homeowners association, the people living inside are not
fake lease. 13 action news confronted the people inside about living there. nat door opening you're on my property, i'm not understanding. i don't want you here but my question is, is it your property? yes it is, i have a lease, i pay the bills, the bills are in my name, so you need to leave, i have dealt with this sh since i moved to vegas, you all need to leave can we see that? you're a reporter, who are you, you're nobody bye nat door slamming we reached out to child protective services to see if they have any involvem the case. we haven't heard back from them yet. sad news to report this morning, former nevada first lady bonnie bryan has died. a family spokesman says bonnie lost a fierce battle with leukemia yesterday. bonnie was married to richard bryan for 54 years. mrs. bryan was kown for her activism on behalf of children and hard work to promote tourism in our state. bonnie was 77 years old. a teacher says the clark county
any explanation. this comes as the district is offer to him without any explanation. this comes as the district is in the middle of a teacher shortage. there more's more than 3-hundred vacancies left to fill. joe (minnick) says the prinicipal at cheyenne high told him earlier this summer he'd be hired to teach theater. minnick was told the central office would be sending paperwork, but he says it never happened. last week, the principal called back, offering a substitute position instead. 16:05:33 joe minnich, says ccsd retracted jo slap in the face saying we don't value you." 16:03:11 "they wanted me to do all the work of a teacher, just not pay me as a teacher." minnick says he has teaching interviews lined up with a few private schools. a live look right now in fort lauderdale where a jet blue flight is set to take off as the first scheduled commercial flight to cuba in more than half a century. they're holding a press conference right now...
california. the so-called "bogart fire" is burning in riverside county. it started as a brush fire but has quickly grown to 1-thousand acres. the blaze broke out yesterday afternoon. evacuation orders were put order yesterday but have since been lifted. more than 3-hundred firefighters are battling this one. officials say they're making good progress. the wildfire is 10-percent contained. . president obama has commuted the sentences of more federal offenses. the white house announced the sentences of 1-hundred-11 additional inmates will be commuted. this brings the total number of commutations to 6-hundred-73 during obama's presidency. that's more than the past 10 presidents combined. republicans have been critical of obama's actions. meanwhile, the death of a prominent isis leader could signal the terror group is weakening. a statement from isis says their spokesperson was killed in aleppo, syria.
morning. security officials say the isis spokesperson was one of the most powerful leaders in the terrorist organization... (alberto fernandez/middle east media research institute): "he's like one of those executive vps who actually gets his hands dirty and is a trouble-shooter, and does stuff that actually affected the reality on the ground." a top u-s general fighting isis says the terror group could be losing its influence. there are reports that some orders--- and are refusing to become suicide bombers. breaking overnight...swiss authorities say they have found the body of a swiss fighter jet pilot after his aircraft went missing in the alps. the 27-year-old crashed two days ago during a training flight. the pilots remains were found right near the wreckage. he was the only one on board. military investigators are looking into what caused the crash. time now is x:xx --- still
landfall tomorrow. the national hurricane center expects the storm to strengthen before then. a hurricane watch has been issued for the florida gulf coast. governor rick scot people to prepare. he's expecting heavy rains, winds, flooding and possible tornadoes. of course, this storm comes as many vacationers are making their way to florida for the labor day weekend. dry air is starting to break down at the same time high pressure moves on to the east; mostly sunny skies will be common today with high temperatures just around the same as yesterday.
common valley wide with winds out of the south between 5 and 15 mph possibly up to 20 mph during the end of the day. the front making its way from the pacific northwest in on track to interact with southern nevada tomorrow morning and afternoon. however, mid and upper level maps indicate a relatively stable environment. this dries out the front slightly allowing
mountains to drop to between 15% and 20%. as a precaution, packing a small umbrella for the kids and/or leaving one in the car or office would not be a bad idea. as this occurs, temperatures to fall. tomorrow highs will range between 100 and 105 degrees. friday, 97 to 102 degrees, saturday, 95 to 100 degrees, sunday, 94 to 99 degrees and the coolest days in the forecast will be monday and
97 degrees! all of which have winds pick up. 10-20 mph with gusts between 25 gusts possibly reaching up to 45 mph within the valley during firefighters who battled that massive warehouse fire full of school supplies, are giving back in huge way! clark county firefighters and "ope donated - 50- backpacks filled with school supplies to the peoples autism foundation yesterday. nichol zamora, peoples autism foundation it's hard to focus on the negative and what we lost when there's so many people giving back to us. following the fire, 13 action news helped raise nearly -7- thousand dollars for the autism foundation if you'd like to help out, you still can! we have a list of locations accepting donations on ktnv dot com. the brand new spring valley metro area command center is up
desperately needed this area command opening is going to alleviate a lot of work from enterprise our neighbouring area command and northwest area command and the residents of this area deserve better." doors opened yesterday morning. more than 1-hundred officers are now watching over about 31-square miles between i-15 and red rock national park..and flamingo and charleston. police are hopeful the new command center will help with faster response times. metro didn't hire new officers to man the substation. officers from other parts of republican candidate joe heck has been endorsed by the las vegas asian chamber of commerce. the chamber says "his path to victory depends in part on support from minority-focused groups like these." sot heck @28:37: i think the asian chamber for the first time in its history offering a federal endorsement is a testament to the fact that we've been very engaged with the asian american community heck accepted the
business leaders. democratic senate candidate catherine cortez masto's campaign responded by saying heck has "turned his back" on asian americans by supporting trump. olympic gold medal winner connor fields is soaking up the greatest win of his career. the mayor of henderson.... along with several city council members held a celebration yesterday for him at "whitney mesa b-m-x track". he will also be recognized with a day proclaimed in his honor. fields says he's beyond proud to be one of several nevadans 17:59:48:16- "when people think vegas, they don't... he's currently pursuing a degree at u-n-l-v. pregnant - vo
they are now proud parents even though they didn't know they they are now proud parents even though they didn't know they were expecting. their surprise of a lifetime, is topping our stories now trending. i just honestly just stared at her..and like..didn't know..like oh that's man.. um laughs" calvin and brooke williams went to a hospital on sunday because brooke was having seizures. discovered she was pregnant..and that's what was triggering the seizures. here's the thing..brooke was told from childhood she could never have children because of a brain tumor. we'll she defied the odds and their new baby girl is proving doctors wrong. a surprise from selena gomez. the singer has announced she's taking a year off. gomez says she's dealing with some effects from her battle
the family of music icon "selena quintanilla unveiled a wax figure of the late singer yesterday. crowds of fans lined up yesterday at madame tussauds in hollywood. the reveal helps mark the 21-st anniversary of "dreaming of you"--selena's last studio album. the museum says they wanted to immortalize the mexican-american singer after an outpouring apprecation from her fans. stories that are trending today.. just download our free 13 action news mobile app. you can get the latest weather updates, breaking news alerts and more. dry air is starting to break down at the same time high very lightly. mostly sunny skies will be common today with high temperatures just around the same as yesterday. 102 to 107 degrees will be the front making its way from however, mid and upper level for the valley and mountains to tomorrow highs will range the coolest days in the
december last year. 14 americans are killed in a mass shooting inspired by isis. congressman joe heck had the chance to ban suspected terrorists from buying guns. heck voted "no." 23
times. individuals on the fbi terror watch list have purchased firearms over 2,000 times. it's not just that joe heck does nothing to stop them. it's that he's voted to let them keep doing it.... 23 times. senate majority pac is responsible for the content
japan. police say the victims were found in an elderly home in a town swamped by flooding. now a rescue effort is underway in that samw area to save stranded by the rising water and landslides. new this morning.. we're hearing from witnesses in sparks... who watched a plane crash right into an r-v park.. "and then all of a sudden he went straight down about 30-miles-an-hour, and he landed right in a tree, at the trailer park," (butted with) "it could have been us...we seen all the black smoke. come running up the road, and it's a ball of fire," take a look at the damage the crash caused. firefighters say the plane was
airport when it went down around 6 last night. crews say the plane caught on fire and the flames then spread to surrounding r-vs and cars. all the people who live there are o-k. but right now investigators are not releasing any information about how many people were on the plane--- or if they survived. a passenger had to be escorted of an alaska airlines plane in handcuffs... after witnesses say he tried to were 34-thousand feet in the air! the flight was heading to seattle, from new york... when witnesses say the man started to make a scene, yelling that he had to get off the jet. the woman sitting next to him says she saw the man take some sort of pill. shoshana godwin/passenger almost as if he didn't even realize he was on a plane. just said you know, i need to cancel my flight and um go this customer having a difficult time working and playing well with others."
officers took the man into custody. the plane then went on to it's original destination safely. some dramatic video from connecticuit.. shows just how quickly a massive fire can start at a gas station. it all started when a 70 year old driver crashed into one of the pumps. it falls over onto another car. that driver tries to move, but quickly they realize it's too police evacuated everyone at the gas station, and thankfully investigators have not said if the driver will face any charges. an update this mroning on the fight against the zika virus. scientists have found three existing drugs that could defeat the virus. so far scientsts say results of experiments have been dramatic...even reversing some of the damage from the virus. those experiments have only been done in petri dishes so more tests are needed before they're approved. new insight this morning.. into the terrifying night a man
nightclub in orlando... for the first time police are releasing the 9-1-1 calls. 911 call:"we were leaving the club and as soon as we left gun shots were just going like crazy" (butted with) 911 "i times. he's in the bathroom pleading help, help. i'm not there i can't do nothing." (butted with) 911 call. "my son was shot in the club in the pulse in orlando. and he's still in the bathroom and he's bleeding. he got shot. and nobody 49 people were killed and 53 others were injured in the shooting back in june. the gunman was killed by police. officials say they will not be releasing the 9-1-1 calls he or any of the victims made during the attack... because of a pending lawsuit. happening right now at 6-am... two people now recovering after a confrontation turns violent...
parker collins is the only reporter at the scene near sahara and boulder highway... talking with police. parker what are they telling you? parker adlibs parker adlibs two people were pistol whipped and when the victims tried to run-- the suspect shot at them. one adult was grazed by a a juvenile was the other victim.